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Colombian singer Juan Esteban Aristizábal ‘Juanes’ has transferred the rights to his well-known song ‘Volverte a Ver’ to the Revel Foundation, local partner of the Real Madrid Foundation in Colombia, with the aim of “motivating at a distance the beneficiaries of the Foundation’s sports schools in Colombia and around the world that, due to the confinement due to the pandemic of the Covid-19, they cannot attend their values education sessions through sport. ”
Juanes, as indicated in an informative note from the Real Madrid, has already collaborated “altruistically with the Real Madrid Foundation in the Placido en el Alma concert, which was held at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium to benefit schools and socio-sports projects in Mexico.”
Among the many awards received by Juanes throughout his long career as a musician, being one of the most internationally successful Latinos, there are 26 Grammy Awards in the last two decades, 11 MTV Awards, 2 NRJ Music Awards, 9 Lo Nuestro Awards. , 12 Nuestra Tierra Awards, among others, being also recognized “for its special sensitivity and support for social causes”.
“The Revel Foundation, a local partner in Colombia of the Real Madrid Foundation, makes an appeal to motivate the thousands of children who have not been able to train in this quarantine. Thanks to collaboration with the Foundation, this video was made to which Juanes gave the version of one of his most famous songs, Volverte a ver, recorded together with the Bogota Philharmonic Orchestra, “is included in the Madrid club’s statement.
‘See You Again. Let’s Make It Real!’
In the video, with the caption “Go back to see. Let’s make it Real!”, With the start image of the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, fragments of the Foundation’s experiences and social actions in Colombia are combined with those of some game actions Real Madrid, like the already famous goal from Sergio Ramos which meant the tie in the 93rd minute in the final of the Champions League in Lisbon 2014, and the pass to overtime, where the Real Madrid team took their Tenth ‘Orejona’.
“The Real Madrid Foundation develops 40 social sports schools in Colombia in collaboration with the Revel Foundation and the Concívica Foundation, benefiting more than 8,000 children who are socially disadvantaged or at risk of exclusion and vulnerability. In these quarantine days, they cannot attending the training sessions, they receive telematic tutorials from the Foundation’s coaches such as Playing at Home, Playing with the Family, “concludes the note.
[Más información – “Venceremos juntos al coronavirus”: el mensaje de Florentino Pérez a los socios del Real Madrid]